Alex Gillespie focuses on Epistemology, Social psychology, Intersubjectivity, Perspective and Dialogical self. Alex Gillespie works in the field of Epistemology, namely Body of knowledge. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dialogical analysis and Discourse analysis.
His study looks at the relationship between Intersubjectivity and topics such as Agency, which overlap with Interactivity, Determinism, Pragmatism, Compatibilism and Child development. His study with Dialogical self involves better knowledge in Social psychology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Empirical evidence, Unit of analysis, Knowledge management and Action in addition to Variety.
His primary scientific interests are in Epistemology, Social psychology, Health care, Dialogical self and Social science. His Epistemology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Social psychology. His study in the fields of Identity and Social relation under the domain of Social psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Perspective.
His research in Health care intersects with topics in Complaint, Harm, Family medicine and Medical emergency. A large part of his Dialogical self studies is devoted to Dialogical analysis. His biological study deals with issues like Social change, which deal with fields such as Environmental ethics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, Harm, Applied psychology, Organizational culture and Cognitive psychology. Many of his research projects under Health care are closely connected to Incident report with Incident report, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Harm research focuses on Psychological intervention and how it connects with Pragmatics, Employee voice, Context and Phenomenon.
His Context research integrates issues from Epistemology, Logical consequence, Cultural psychology and Interpretation. His studies in Organizational culture integrate themes in fields like Safety culture, Action, Content analysis, Risk management and Corruption. Alex Gillespie interconnects Empathy, Creativity, Neurodiversity and Social cognition in the investigation of issues within Cognitive psychology.
His primary areas of study are Applied psychology, Cognitive psychology, Harm, Health care and Creativity. Alex Gillespie has researched Applied psychology in several fields, including Helping behavior, Deception, Adaptation and Social perception. As a part of the same scientific study, Alex Gillespie usually deals with the Cognitive psychology, concentrating on Social cognition and frequently concerns with Social relation, Friendship, Neurodiversity, Empathy and Intersubjectivity.
His work deals with themes such as Psychological intervention, Context, Phenomenon, Pragmatics and Employee voice, which intersect with Harm. His work carried out in the field of Health care brings together such families of science as Bespoke, Rigour, Complaint, Informatics and Quality management. Many of his Creativity research pursuits overlap with Trait theory and Perspective.
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Intersubjectivity: Towards a Dialogical Analysis
Alex Gillespie;Flora Cornish.
Journal for The Theory of Social Behaviour (2010)
The Use of Symbolic Resources in Developmental Transitions
Tania Zittoun;Gerard Duveen;Alex Gillespie;Gabrielle Mary Ivinson.
Culture and Psychology (2003)
Patient complaints in healthcare systems: a systematic review and coding taxonomy
Tom W Reader;Alex Gillespie;Jane Roberts.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2014)
Cognitive Function and Assistive Technology for Cognition: A Systematic Review
Alex Gillespie;Catherine Best;Brian O'Neill.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2012)
Social Representations, Alternative Representations and Semantic Barriers
Journal for The Theory of Social Behaviour (2008)
A pragmatist approach to the problem of knowledge in health psychology.
Flora Cornish;Alex Gillespie.
Journal of Health Psychology (2009)
Becoming other : from social interaction to self-reflection
Tourist Photography and the Reverse Gaze
Imagination in Human and Cultural Development
Tania Zittoun;Alex Gillespie.
Position exchange: The social development of agency
New Ideas in Psychology (2012)
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